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Windows Server 2012 : Deploying domain controllers using Windows PowerShell (part 3) - Additional domain controller in domain

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2.3 Additional domain controller in domain

You can use the Install-ADDSDomainController cmdlet to install an additional domain controller in an existing domain. For example, the following command installs and promotes a new domain controller and DNS server in the corp.adatum.com domain using domain administrator credentials:

Install-ADDSDomainController -InstallDns -Credential `
(Get-Credential CORP\Administrator) -DomainName corp.adatum.com

You will be prompted to provide and confirm the Directory Services Restore Mode (DSRM) password during the installation process.

If you want to use local administrator credentials instead of domain administrator credentials for this process, omit the –Credential parameter as follows:

Install-ADDSDomainController -InstallDns -DomainName corp.adatum.com

If you want to be prompted to supply the credentials needed to install and promote the domain controller, use the following command instead:

Install-ADDSDomainController -InstallDns -Credential `
(Get-Credential) -DomainName corp.adatum.com

You can use the Invoke-Command cmdlet to install several additional domain controllers at once like this:

Invoke-Command -ComputerName SEA-SRV-2, SEA-SRV-3 -ScriptBlock `
{Install-ADDSDomainController -InstallDns -DomainName corp.adatum.com}

Note

Multiple line commands

The backtick character is an escape character in Windows PowerShell that is appended to a line to indicate that the command continues on the next line.

2.4 First domain controller in a child or tree domain

You can use the Install-ADDSDomain cmdlet to install a new child or tree domain in an existing forest by deploying the first domain controller for the new domain. For example, to install and promote a server to become the first domain controller of a child domain hq in the parent domain corp.adatum.com, use this command:

Install-ADDSDomain -Credential (Get-Credential CORP\Administrator) `
-NewDomainName hq -ParentDomainName corp.adatum.com -DomainType ChildDomain `
-InstallDNS -CreateDNSDelegation

For more information on the syntax for this command, use the Get-Help cmdlet.

2.5 Read-only domain controllers

You can use the Add-ADDSReadOnlyDomainControllerAccount cmdlet to create an RODC account that can be used to install an RODC in your forest. After the RODC account has been created, you can use the Install-ADDSDomainController cmdlet with the –ReadOnlyReplica parameter to deploy a new RODC in an existing domain. For more information on these cmdlets, use the Get-Help cmdlet.

 
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